The Next Generation of Inventors


The Next Generation of Inventors

May 28, 2014

These inventors have drastically improved the world and fundamentally changed the way we live. What can we do to develop the next generation of inventors and ensure their legacy of progress and innovation continues? 

We spoke to our Founder and CTO, Edward Jung, and Geoff Deane, VP and general manager of the IV Lab, for their thoughts on how to encourage young people to pursue invention.

Check out Project Eureka! for more stories about inventors – of all ages – who value the journey, just as much as the destination, when it comes to invention.

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